Hey, I’m What’s Shakin Bacon! I’m the low-carb, high-fat meal you’ve been looking for to shake up your healthy lifestyle.
Get To Know Me
Type: Fat and creamy. I’m filled with only the good finds of fat though, and yes, bacon fat is actually very good for you!
Best Friends: Peas, corn, bell pepper, and spinach. This squad always ensures you are balanced and high on vitamins.
Personality: Classic and creamy. Some say I'm like a chicken pot pie.
Hobbies: Improving the system by keeping the body healthy!
With these filling ingredients you know you’re going to satisfy your creamy bacon and chicken cravings that will keep you wanting more. With a perfect balance of fat, protein, and vegetable servings, you’ll be feeling energized!
How’s that sound for tonight’s dinner?
Check Out My Goods
If you’re looking for meal with high-fat portions (the good kind) that stays low on those carbs, then this jar is for you. Instead of figuring out what to eat tonight, have me instead! I’m real fun to heat and shake up in minutes, and the best choice for low-carb and Ketogenic diets!
Check out what I’m made of and how I can benefit you!
Our meals are layered in clear jars so you can check out exactly what’s in them. Let’s see what the ingredients have to offer and their benefits.
The Proteins Chicken: source of vitamins and minerals + high in protein Bacon: high in niacin + omega-3 fatty acids
The Vegetables Peas: improves blood sugar levels + immune system Corn: source of antioxidant carotenoids + vitamins Bell Pepper: high in vitamins A + C + E + B6 Spinach: high in niacin + zinc + protein
The Sauces Salad + Ranch Dressing: source of vitamins + minerals
What Are My Nutritional Facts?
You know I’m low in carbs, but let’s see the full nutrition facts.
Calories 590 Total Fat 42g Saturated Fat 9g Trans Fat 0.4g Cholesterol 100mg Sodium 1220mg Total Carbohydrates 18g Fiber 4g Sugars 6g Protein 35g Vitamin A 40% Vitamin C 60% Calcium 6% Iron 20%
We all do it as a part of the popular “I have no time” lifestyle, but is the unhealthy lifestyle really worth it? We can all do a little better and good news is that you don’t need to sacrifice the convenience or the taste of a good meal to enjoy food on the fly.
There’s a jar for that and the meal even comes with it!
Think Twice Before Eating
Think about what really goes into your system. Is fried chicken from every part of the animal really going to fuel you properly? Real food will make you feel better day in and day out, and charge you with more energy to accomplish your goals. A healthy meal in a jar will make you feel better, and—let’s be honest—it will probably help you live bit longer, too!
Take a look at the chart below. What do you see? There’s a big difference we can make here with a simple meal swap—about 170 calories’ worth of difference in a single meal. Numbers don’t lie, and that we haven’t even gotten to the nutrients in each ingredient!
The Calorie Breakdown: McChicken vs. Meal in a Jar
*The jury’s still out on the exact contents of that chicken patty, but those 3 calories of lettuce are just about the only good thing for you in that burger! Too bad there wasn’t more lettuce, but there’s a 25% chance you were getting the white stem of the lettuce, anyway. Three-star Michelin rating, right?
If we ate something equivalent to this Curry Chicken Meal in a Jar instead of a McChicken (or something else just like it), we would save:
170 calories per meal
340 calories per day, with two meals
850 calories per week, eating one meal in a jar per work day
We’re assuming you have time to cook something delicious and healthy on the weekends—but if not, then make that 1,190 calories saved instead!
But what about the ingredients?
The sauce should complement the food, but not overpower it with an extra 100 calories! Make sure you’re using something light, like a vinaigrette, instead of a heavy or creamy spread. It feels lighter on the palette and on your digestive system. We eat to fuel ourselves, not feel sluggish afterward (Thanksgiving turkey dinners excepted).
The chicken shouldn’t be so heavy on the calories either—not for that size, anyway. And you can cut the carbs right out of a meal, which is nearly 180 you don’t need to worry about. The McChicken won’t taste the same without it, but your body will thank you for it the next day.
The Small Decision We Can Make
So, what will it be? 300 calories of real food from a meal in a jar that energizes you? Or 470 calories of… well, whatever is in a McChicken (and would you like fries with that?)?
Thinking about what we use for body fuel can go a long way toward changing our lives—quite literally from the inside-out. There’s a way to make it easy, convenient, and tasty all at once.
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